The panel discussion, Women in the workplace, how to shine? was one of several events held here as part of International Women’s Day on 8th March. The panel was made up of eight women in senior positions across a range of sectors, from the civil service to the circus, and here I have made an attempt at…Continue Reading How to shine
What place does digital inclusion have in digital literacy ?
I presented recently at a free event organised by the Information Literacy Group and the Tinder Foundation for public and academic library staff at the University of Liverpool in London. (I was quite pleased the receptionist thought I was a student). Jane Secker from LSE led the event and mentioned the Journal of Information…Continue Reading What place does digital inclusion have in digital literacy ?
Finding Audio-Visual Resources at City Library
Dear All, I have been asked (by Samantha Halford) to blog about a recent training I attended which covered Audio-Visual resources and material that we have at City University. As this is my first blog on this site I will keep this short (and sweet). The training was provided by Alex Asman and the following…Continue Reading Finding Audio-Visual Resources at City Library
Sun, Sand & Seagulls : Visit to Sussex Uni Library
A good way of keeping up to date professionally is by visiting other institutions. Ever in search of amazing researcher support, I intrepidly headed south to the University of Sussex Library. Sussex Uni is in Falmer which is near Brighton. The Research Support section in the Library Academic Services provides dedicated support to research faculty…Continue Reading Sun, Sand & Seagulls : Visit to Sussex Uni Library